Solomon Hill is going to have an impact on the defensive end for the Atlanta Hawks The Atlanta Hawks signed Solomon Hill to a very small contract this offseason, an ancillary move to the flurry of transactions the Hawks made to better their roster this summer.
Earlier in the offseason, the NBA announced that the 2020-21 regular season schedule would not be announced in typical fashion. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, each team will only be scheduled to play 72 games, instead of the normal 82-game slate, and the league is releasing only the “First Half” of the schedule — covering Dec.
The Atlanta Hawks dominated free agency headlines with all of their offseason moves; here are three other players they should’ve grabbed. Now that the initial wave of free agency news has died down, the Atlanta Hawks emerged as a team that got significantly better.
Atlanta Hawks rookie Onyeka Okongwu can absolutely reach a Bam Adebayo ceiling The Atlanta Hawks took a chance with Onyeka Okongwu at No. 6 overall in the 2020 NBA Draft despite an immediate foot issue (broken left toe).
With the 6th overall pick in the draft, the Atlanta Hawks took Onyeka Okongwu to the surprise of many; here’s why he was worth it at that spot. In one of the more shallow drafts in recent years, the Atlanta Hawks had a ton of issues to address this offseason.
In a bit of understandable yet disappointing news, John Collins remains vocally upset with his extension situation. I still firmly believe that Atlanta and Collins will work something out, and even if they do not this year, he’s a restricted free agent next season, and Atlanta can match any offer he gets.
After a (very) busy offseason of transactions, the Atlanta Hawks are widely projected for significant improvement in 2020-21. As usual, there are differing opinions on just how much better the Hawks will be during the upcoming season but, on Tuesday, a prominent statistical model weighed in with a league-wide projection.
Hawks fans have had to be patient for a long time, but this rebuild has slowly taken place piece by piece. It started by developing a young core led by superstar point guard Trae Young and high-flying power forward John Collins.